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Community Outreach for Everyone (CORE) is Viewpoint’s community service honor society. A student-led group that provides leadership opportunities for students who foster volunteerism. CORE members act as the School’s community service liaisons, raise awareness for worthy causes, and plan events for non- profit organizations, including the School’s annual Community Service Day. CORE has been an integral part of Viewpoint’s character for over a decade, and its members are strongly committed to making positive changes in their world. It provides students who have a passion for helping others an opportunity to enrich their lives and become further involved in student life at Viewpoint. 

Global Scholars Program

Viewpoint’s Global Scholars Program recognizes students committed to the study of global issues and world languages. The program aims to provide students with a greater global perspective, educate students for the twenty-first century, encourage life-long learning, and recognize student commitment and passion for learning. To apply for membership students must submit an application and complete the Global Studies Experience. To become a Global Scholar, students must submit an application, take four full years of a single World Language at the Upper School level, take a full year of Global Core classes offered through the Viewpoint Social Studies Department, and fulfill a Global Study Experience requirement. 

Founders Club

Viewpoint’s honorary student service organization was established in 1982 and is open to students in Grades Eleven and Twelve. Membership is based on academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular activities. Founders perform a variety of useful services to Viewpoint including hosting parents at various events and speaking at Open Houses for prospective families. They also assist the College Counseling Office with admission representative visits by providing a student perspective and campus tours.

Science National Honor Society

Viewpoint’s chapter of the Science National Honor Society is to encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought. It is to advance the student’s knowledge of classical and modern science, and to involve our community in the enjoyment and comprehension of science. The society is open to students in the Senior class who have maintained a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 and a semester grade of B+ or better in all science classes. Students must have completed a first-year honors class and be enrolled in or completed a second-year advanced class. 

Conservatory of Theater Honor Society

Duke of Edinburgh Program

Founded by the Duke of Edinburgh in 1956, the International Award is an exciting self-development program available to young people worldwide equipping them with life skills to make a difference to themselves, their communities, and their world. To date, over seven million young people from over 132 countries have been motivated to undertake a variety of voluntary and challenging activities to meet the requirements of this award.

Cum Laude

The Cum Laude Society, established in 1906, is an international academic honor society that recognizes superior scholarship in secondary schools. Since earning membership in 1992, Viewpoint’s chapter has dedicated itself to promoting intellectual activity among students. Each year, the chapter sponsors a “Speakers at Lunch” series and produces a Coffee House evening showcase of student talent, in which all Upper School students are welcome to participate. Members are selected by the faculty in junior or senior year, and new student members are inducted each spring. 

Mu Alpha Theta

Viewpoint’s chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, a national mathematics honor society, recognizes students who have demonstrated superior mathematical scholarship. The society is open to juniors and seniors who have maintained a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 and a grade of A- or better in their two most recent years of math classes. Mu Alpha Theta selects and inducts new members during the fall.

Music Honor Society

The Viewpoint Music Honor Society is an affiliated chapter of the Tri-M International Music Honor Society. It recognizes students for their musical skill, achievement, and contribution to the school music program based on a written application, audition, and participation in an Upper School music ensemble for at least four semesters. Audition opportunities are offered once a year. Past activities have included sponsorship of expert lectures, the Battle of the Bands, a Music Honor Society solo and ensemble recital, and assistance with Lower and Middle School music classes.

World Language Honor Society

World Language Honor Societies recognize students’ achievements in the mastery of French, Latin, Spanish, and Chinese-Mandarin. Membership is determined by the criteria outlined by the National Honor Society organization of each language. During World Languages Week the honor societies participate in numerous activities designed to promote interest in the study of world languages and international cultures.

Honor Societies